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Hastoe is a hamlet located in the Chiltern Hillsmarker, 1.7m south of Tringmarker in the county of Hertfordshiremarker and on the county boundary with Buckinghamshire.

Historically Hastoe has been closely associated with Tring. In the 13th century the manor of Hastoe was conveyed to Ralph le Clerk of Tring by Thomas de Northwode. During the 14th century the lands came into the possession of the Verney family. This resulted in the manor being annexed to the manor of Bunstreux and Richardyns.

Hastoe House one of the most prominent properties has close associations with the Rothschild family as do many of the other houses which were built by the family for farm workers and a distinctive Village Hall known as the Hastoe Room. Lionel Rothschild (1808-1879) like most of the family was said to be obsessed with hunting and set up his own kennels at Hastoe.

The highest point in the Hertfordshire is 803 feet (245 m) above sea level, a quarter mile (400 m) from Hastoe within Pavis Woodmarker.

Richard Llewellyn-Davies (1912-1981) was created Baron Llewelyn-Davies, of Hastoe on 16 January 1964. He was an architect and designer of Milton Keynesmarker. Annie Patricia Llewellyn-Davies (1915-1997) his wife and Labour Party politician, became Baroness Llewelyn-Davies of Hastoe, in the County of Hertfordshire U.K. on 29 August 1967.


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